An ongoing pandemic, insurrection in the nation’s capital—for some, 2021 might just feel like the other side of the 2020 coin. JUMP may not have a cure for the wintertime blues, but Giggling for Good, the latest exhibition to grace its park, looks a lot like treatment.

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Local merchants are rolling out the fun in honor of Small Business Saturday, Nov. 26. Record Exchange will host buskers from noon to 3 p.m. and a drawing for a prize pack filled with finds from the gift shop. North End Organic Nursery is offering pictures with Santa, as well as snacks, shopp…

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Record Exchange is kicking off the holidays Friday, Nov. 25, with 20 percent off music, video and ornaments; cut-price vinyl and CDs; and goodie bags for the first 25 shoppers (doors at 7 a.m.). RX is also offering tons of exclusive albums. See the list at recordstoreday.com/SpecialReleases.…

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Turning 25 is a Big LeDeal and we're celebrating the big two-five with the Big LeBoise Festival—taking over the corner of Sixth and Broad streets for a full afternoon of food, drink and entertainment.

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The title of this month's Fettuccine Forum, which will take place on the third floor of Boise City Hall (150 N. Capitol Blvd.), is a mouthful. Attendees will learn about "Service Clubs: Building Community, Respecting Historic Roots and Staying Relevant."

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There's the classic backyard Easter egg hunt, in which kids roam around the backyard looking for little plastic eggs hidden by their clever parents. Then there's the Zoo Boise Easter EGGstravaganza—where zoo staff will hide more than 30,000 pieces of candy throughout the zoo.

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The HIV/AIDS pandemic helped define the 1980s and early '90s, as public health officials struggled to classify, contain and treat the hitherto rare conditions. Flying M Coffeehouse has been helping support local HIV/AIDS awareness and advocacy programs almost since the beginning. Starting in…


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